Parks & Recreation

Importance of Open Spaces

One of the most critical components in maintaining and enhancing a community's quality of life is it's system of parks, recreation, and open space. The careful location of parks and open space areas and preservation of the Town's natural resources as a complement to existing development can be a useful tool in guiding the Town's development into a logical, orderly and environmentally sensitive pattern.

In addition to recreational and aesthetic benefits, open spaces provide a framework for various land uses. Properly located, they become boundaries and buffers between conflicting uses of land and a nucleus for building neighborhood areas. Natural features can be preserved as valuable scenic and environmental attributes of the Town.

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A park system and recreational program can also go a long way toward resolving the age-old problem of a community offering nothing for young people to do.

Types of Parks

Parks within the Town of Easton are categorized as:

  • Community Parks
  • Mini-Parks
  • Neighborhood Parks
  • Special-Use Parks

Park Rules

Please remember to follow all posted park rules.

Pets

Pets are only permitted on the Rails-to-Trails paths, and in the RTC park.

Pet owners are reminded to pick up after their pets as a courtesy to all park visitors.